Dark Blue Bordered Gabbeh with Colorful Squares
Handmade 6x7 Kashkuli Gabbeh with Klimt Feel
The squares within squares tiles seen in tribal gabbehs are said to symbolize wells and watering holes for the family, which in a semi-nomadic world symbolizes the ability to support a large heard. This gabbeh depicts a vast amount of wells and could be considered a statement of good luck and prosperity. The effect this random placement has is also not unlike how Gustav Klimt chose to depict some clothing patterns in his later works.
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Materials: Handspun Wool and Naturally Sourced Dye Materials
Hand-knotted in Southern Iran by Semi-Nomadic Weavers.